News & Press
Westerville, Ohio — Champion Real Estate Services is pleased to announce that it has been selected as one of the Columbus CEO Magazine and 10TV Top Workplaces.
Of the 856 companies that participated, 50 were selected and then broken down into three categories: Large, Midsize, and Small Organizations. Champion landed in the No. 20 spot in the Top 25 Small Organizations category (124 employees or fewer), as it only had 63 employees in October at the time of the selections. Champion has since grown to 73 employees.
“The hard work of our team members is what has made Champion what it is today, the No. 5 fastest-growing private company in Central Ohio,” said Brian Yeager, Champion’s president and CEO. “It is gratifying to learn through their positive feedback, that they also believe we are one of the top places to work in the region.”
Founded in 2010 by Yeager and his sister, Michelle Yeager-Thornton, Champion is the youngest company out of all Top 50 honorees.
The Top Workplaces are determined based solely on employee feedback. The employee survey is conducted by WorkplaceDynamics, LLP, a leading research firm on organizational health and employee engagement.
Columbus CEO Magazine published the complete list of Top Workplaces in its May 2014 issue and, along with WBNS-10TV, honored the Top 50 companies in an awards reception at COSI Center for Science and Industry on April 22.
About Champion Real Estate Services
Founded in 2010, Champion is a privately-held, fully-integrated, multi-family real estate firm. Champion is family-owned and operated and specializes in investment sales, property management and brokerage services in Central Ohio. Champion currently manages more than 4,000 apartments, with 15 communities in the well-respected neighborhoods of Lewis Center, Delaware, Powell, Hilliard, Grove City, Dublin, Canal Winchester, Gahanna, Westerville and New Albany. Champion has been recognized two years in a row as one of Central Ohio’s fastest growing companies by Columbus Business First’s Fast 50 list, ranking third in 2012 and fifth in 2013.